I got this email from a friend who left for S Carolina about a week ago. Does anyone know if our gas has crap in it other than creamed corn?
"Last week I had the station wagon serviced by Rockland Ford. The service guy said it was time to have my fuel injectors cleaned. With only 14,000 miles on the car I’m thinking that he’s looking to make an extra buck (actually $139) so I declined. Later I spoke with another service writer and she confirmed that they feel the need to recommend this cleaning due to the inferior quality of the gasoline that Mainers are forced to use. Have you ever heard of such a thing? If you’re being forced to buy gas contaminated with who know what you’re certainly paying a premium price. We’ve never understood why gas is so expensive in ME. Any thoughts?"